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Daily Deals Roundup
An art-gallery tour for five bucks, the AFI European Union Film Showcase, sustainable seafood at home, and more By Jazelle Hunt
Comments () | Published November 2, 2010
Every day we find the best deals from around the area and gather them here. Check back tomorrow for more discounts on products, food, and fun.

Washingtonian Daily Deals

$5 ticket for Georgetown art-gallery tour
For a mere $5, Professionals in the City will sponsor your visit through the Susan Calloway Fine Arts, Poppy, Addison/Ripley, and Parish galleries (a $20 value). The tour is on Friday, November 12, from 7 to 9.

Groupon
$10 for two tickets to a screening at the AFI European Union Film Showcase
The 23rd annual AFI European Union Film Showcase at the AFI Silver Theatre in Silver Spring will feature more than 40 acclaimed European films from the past two years. The Showcase will run from November 4 to 23, and the deal gets you two tickets for the price of one to a screening of your choice. Plus, choose a Thursday or Friday screening and your voucher is good for free happy hour at AFI’s cafe.

Discounted ticket deals on George Mason men’s basketball games
This deal gives you three opportunities to see the Patriots play at home. Spend $8 for a ticket to one of three games (a $16 value): November 13 at 4 against Harvard; December 1 at 7 against George Washington; or February 5 at 2 against Old Dominion. Or pay $24 and go to all three games for half off.

Additional Groupon deals:
$45 for a day of unlimited golf for two plus amenities at Cameron Hills Golf Links in King George, Virginia (a $158 value)
Half off yearlong membership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation (normally $20 for an individual, $30 for a family)

LivingSocial
A month of unlimited classes or discounted spa services from BodySmith Training Gym
BodySmith Training Gym (in DC’s Logan Circle and Glover Park) can help you stay fit during this food-filled holiday season with a deal on a month of unlimited fitness classes for $35. If stress is more of a concern, pay $75 for $150 worth of spa services at the Glover Park location or a massage at Logan Circle.

Half off brunch or dinner at Eventide Restaurant
Eventide Restaurant in Arlington serves fresh, local gourmet creations such as sweet-potato-and ricotta tortellini with black-truffle butter sauce and brioche French toast with cinnamon-maple syrup. The deal gives you $40 worth of dinner for $20 Tuesdays through Thursdays and the same price for brunch on Sundays; or pay $10 for $20 worth of Friday or Saturday dinner.

$20 for 20 fitness classes or one 60-day membership at Rock Creek Sports Club (86 percent off regular value)
With selections such as Pilates, kickboxing, cycling, and Zumba, $20 for 20 Rock Creek Sports Club classes is quite the steal. However, if you want to make more of a commitment, pay the same price for a 60-day club membership.

Tippr
$147 for two months of collagen treatments from the Collagen Center (a $299 value)
In case you missed it the first time, Tippr is reviving this offer (and your skin). The Collagen Center in Gaithersburg uses no injections or toxins—just red-light lamps to stimulate natural collagen production. Plus, this deal gives you the recommended pre- and post-treatment skin-care products from RevitaCel for no additional charge.

Plum District
$15 for $30 worth of fresh, sustainable seafood from I Love Blue Sea
I Love Blue Sea delivers fresh seafood to your doorstep, with all proceeds used to support fisheries dedicated to ocean recovery through humane, sustainable methods. Shop online and have your selection fileted just prior to shipping.

A few deals are still on:
Groupon’s deal on tickets to Penn State versus Indiana at FedEx Field
LivingSocial’s deal on a two-hour children’s cooking class
Tippr’s deals on tea from California Tea House online and a canvas-printed photo
(Click here for more info on the first three deals)

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